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Ron Gardenhire

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  • Rain delay costs Twins' Phil Hughes $500,000 bonus

    Rain delay costs Twins' Phil Hughes $500,000 bonus
    The Arizona Diamondbacks' batters couldn’t get to Minnesota¬† Twins pitcher Phil Hughes on Wednesday, but the rain sure did. Hughes came one out shy of pitching 210 innings this season and receiving a $500,000 bonus, thanks in part to a 66-minute...
  • Around MLB

    American League Central Division White Sox: Chris Sale lowers ERA to 1.99. Last Sox pitcher to lead AL in ERA was Joel Horlen (2.06 in 1967.) Indians: Posting a 1.49 ERA in 10 second-half starts, Corey Kluber establishes himself as an elite pitcher....
  • Phillies get a D, Red Sox an F on midterm grade sheet

    Phillies get a D, Red Sox an F on midterm grade sheet
    With baseball at the ceremonial midpoint of the season, the biggest overachievers and underachievers are division rivals. The American League West is home to the teams with the major leagues' best records, the Oakland Athletics (59-36) and the Los...
  • Tribute time for Sox captain Konerko

    MINNEAPOLIS -- With less than a month left in the White Sox season, retiring captain Paul Konerko is reaching the tribute portion of his final year in the major leagues.   The Twins honored Konerko before his last game Wednesday in Minnesota with a...
  • Struggling Chris Davis comes through in grand fashion for Orioles in 9-1 win over Twins

    Struggling Chris Davis comes through in grand fashion for Orioles in 9-1 win over Twins
    While Chris Davis’ season has been a struggle at the plate, there’s no question the Orioles first baseman still can change a game with one swing of his bat. Davis is hitting just .189 this season, but regardless of his place in the club's...
  • Twins manager Ron Gardenhire: 'I agree with Buck Showalter' on replay misruling

    During his pregame press conferences, Orioles manager Buck Showalter often shares his random baseball thought of the day about how something in the game could be changed or improved. Many times this year, it’s been the same concept, but prompted...
  • Players come and go, but Paul Konerko departure a tough one

    Players come and go, but Paul Konerko departure a tough one
    Not only is there no crying in baseball, but expressions of sentimentality and nostalgia are not encouraged. At least not publicly. The White Sox are nearing the conclusion of their long goodbye to star first baseman Paul Konerko. Other mainstays...
  • Spring training: AL Central preview

    Never underestimate Mike Ilitch's appetite for a championship. While the Tigers loved what they got from Anibal Sanchez a year ago, they didn't have $80 million budgeted to keep him off the free-agent market. But that's what Dave Dombrowski persuaded...
  • Phillies fire Charlie Manuel, name Ryne Sandberg manager

    Phillies fire Charlie Manuel, name Ryne Sandberg manager
    The Philadelphia Phillies hired Hall of Famer Ryne Sandberg as their manager on Friday after firing Charlie Manuel. Manuel, 69, had managed the Phillies since 2005, a run that included five consecutive National League East championships and a World...
  • Cleveland Indians' Terry Francona is AL manager of year

    Cleveland Indians' Terry Francona is AL manager of year
    Terry Francona, who led the Cleveland Indians to their first playoff berth in six years, was honored Tuesday as American League manager of the year. Francona had never received a first-place vote in previous years, even when he led the Boston Red Sox to...
  • Wei-Yin Chen hopes pain was cramp, not oblique strain

    Wei-Yin Chen hopes pain was cramp, not oblique strain
    Left-hander Wei-Yin Chen is hoping that the pain in his right side that caused him to leave Sunday’s 6-0 Orioles win after five shutout innings was a simple cramp and not a right oblique strain as it was initially diagnosed by the team. If it&...